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  • Have anyone heard of conceive easy?

    Are there any women that are ttc and wanted to get pregnant faster or have problems conceiving or irregular periods have you tried or heard of conceive easy? If you have let me know your results i’m using it so far so good.

    Posted July 1, 2017 at 4:42 pm
    Hi Danya, If you are struggling to conceive you and your partner can even try dietary supplements w…
  • Morning Sickness – Hyperemesis

    I just read this article about Princess Kate and Hyperemesis. Sounds awful! I had horrible nausea and dry heaving for 22 weeks, but I can’t imagine what these poor mothers go through!

    Posted September 8, 2014 at 9:44 pm
    I have had hyperemesis with my pregnancies, and I have found the no to morning sicknesstea by secre…
  • Survey: Prenatal Health and Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    (Note to moderators: If this is not permitted, please of course feel free to lock or remove it! Thank you!) Hello, We are carrying out a study looking at how pregnant women have been feeling over the last few months. We are also interested in how you feel your health and antenatal healthcare has been during this time. We would like to invite you to complete a brief questionnaire here: Your input will help us understand how to support women during their pregnancies, especially during challenging times such as these! Thank you!

    Posted June 16, 2020 at 3:52 pm
  • Pregnancy knowi g

    Iam Arifa i missed my preriods this month of june 7th gyni doctor did ultrasound and said iam pregnant only 6 days r a ove of one month is thst possible pregnamcy will e positive in urine test in one month and five days will it come positive in urine test plez

    Posted June 12, 2019 at 1:17 pm
    Some urine pregnancy tests are positive very early in the pregnancy!
  • How accurate is Qnatal with gender?

    Qnatal aka Materni21 how accurate is the gender portion of the test?

    Posted October 25, 2018 at 1:06 pm
    I am 18 weeks as of today and results came back as a girl. How accurate do you think that is? I don…
  • Survey: How prenatal stress influences health behaviours in pregnancy

    Hello, My name is Avril and as part of my Master’s Degree in Public Health in the University College Cork, Ireland, I am required to carry out a research study. The purpose of the study is to examine how stress influences health behaviours during pregnancy. I am looking for women who are over the age of 18 years that are currently pregnant to take part as you can provide a valuable insight for this research. Should you choose to participate, you will be asked to complete a survey that will ask some questions about yourself, any stress you may be experiencing, and your diet, physical activity and smoking and alcohol consumption during pregnancy. The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. Participation is greatly appreciated! Please click on the link below to access the survey. Thank you, Avril

    Posted June 9, 2019 at 3:41 pm
  • Heartbeat at 152 at 6 weeks 1 day

    Is that normal? Seems kind of high. I read normal for that many weeks is between 90-110. Any gender guesses based of it?

    Posted October 26, 2018 at 12:54 pm
    Totally Normal heartrate – what you read is definitely not true! Unfortunately no evidence th…
  • Timing of epidural doesn't matter, review says

    According to a new Cochrane review (a study that has reviewed many other studies to draw conclusions), whether a woman gets an epidural early in labor or late in labor makes no difference on her chance of needing a C-section, the need for the use of forceps/vacuum, or any negative effects on the baby. This is good news, since the traditional belief is that getting an epidural too early may slow the process down and some women have felt that they were denied an epidural when they asked (and this study essentially says the right time to get an epidural is when the woman wants it!). However, keep in mind that a woman can be 5 centimeters dilated and not actually be in labor – so your doctor or midwife will need to assess if you are really in labor first before calling that anesthesiologist!

    Posted October 14, 2014 at 5:05 pm
    I love my samples the protein shake is very good and the monistat complete care is also very good a…
  • So confused

    I feel like my mind or body is playing cruel tricks on me. My last period was 9/16 and I have 32 day cycles. In July I had a miscarriage but have been ovulating and having normal periods since. I ovulated a few days later in October on the 6th. On the 19th I had some light spotting for a day on and off with like an hour of heavier bleeding. After that nothing no cramps or clots. My periods are normally 7 days and very painful. So a few days after things started getting bad. I was having nausea like crazy going to pee constantly and felt exhausted. So I took a test. Negative. Took another a few days later. Negative fast forward to the past few days and the nausea is really bad I have low back pain slight cramps and some pains in the groin area. I can’t get enough sleep and when I do sleep I have very vivid dreams. I am going to the bathroom every 30 mins it seems headaches on and off and I am crying at the drop of a hat. And I can smell everything. I had a blood test that came back 1. I feel pregnant but now I am unsure of what’s going on. Any ideas.

    Posted November 9, 2017 at 11:12 pm
    Hi Ashley, It sounds like you aren’t pregnant at this time if both urine and blood tests were…
  • Pregnant or not?

    My last period was Sep 26, I have 28 days cycles, on Oct 10th, I felt so bloated and my abdominal was so heavy, and I had gases, lower back pain, cramps, headaches and slight fever. On Oct 15 I had a brownish and pink spotting only 3 times when wiping, on Oct 16th only one spotting which was light red, on Oct 17th I had a couple of spotting and they were light red as well, no spotting after, during that time I felt pinches in my uterus as well and my mucus after that was stretchy and still is, I feel nausea but it isn’t too bad, one time I felt I am about to throw up but didn’t end up throwing up, after that nausea settles if I eat or drink herbal tea. I did an early pregnancy test yesterday and it was negative, the wait is devastating. am I pregnant or not?

    Posted October 22, 2017 at 9:04 am
    Hi Alia, It’s possible you could be pregnant and your test was just done too early. I’d…
  • Confused and Frustrated about due date!

    Hello there. I am 39 yrs old with 2 grown kids and one on the way. It’s been a long time since I’ve been pregnant and it’s just as scary as my 1st. My periods have not been regular for 2 years. I had a period in December and then a very light one in February. Knowing how far along I am is hard to determine. I just had a positive test last week but have been experiencing tender breast, light headedness and nausea for 2 weeks. The first available dr appt I found isntfor another 2 weeks. Here is my dillema. The last couple of days my mid section has noticeably thickened and I have felt what I remeber to be the first fluttering movements of my baby. Am I crazy? How soon was movement felt by you other moms. I remember it being around 5 months. And showing? I’m sure I will have a sono at my 1st appt to determine how far along I am but 2 weeks seems like an eternity to wait for answers. Any thoughts?

    Posted April 8, 2017 at 4:57 pm
    I am 44 too, I have a question for you,, is this your first pregnancy? did you notice that this one…
  • vitex and estroplus

    hi, for the last 2 months I have been taking 1 pill of vitex(80 mg) and 2 pills of ESTROsmart Plus, this week I feel pregnancy symptoms, today I believe I had implantation spotting, should I stop taking both? or shall I stop gradually and after first month?

    Posted October 15, 2017 at 12:00 pm
    On sunday which is 9 days before my period.. I had spotting only when I wipe.. on sunday it was 3 t…
  • How effective are condoms, really? Don't want another baby!

    I read something yesterday that condoms are only 87% effective? I can’t recall where I read this, and wondering if this is true? And if it’s true, is it true because people don’t put them on right (or early enough)? I’m using condoms as a sole source of birth control and this freaked me out.

    Posted September 14, 2017 at 4:11 pm
    You bet! And be sure to check in with someone to discuss possibly starting another contraception op…
  • New baby

    Good morning im new to this site i just recently found out that i was pregnant im 5 weeks and 6 days. I have kids already i wanted to know how to keep up with my weeks of pregnancy? I never could figure that one out.

    Posted May 21, 2017 at 8:23 am
    Congrats, Nakesha! We’d love to have you join our week-by-week emails! When you already have …
  • Abnormality thick placenta

    I am 23 weeks pregnant at 44. So this is a very tough journey for me, 4 months already of psychological stress. 20 and 22 weeks ultrasound revealed an abnormaly thickened placenta which is between 4.5-6cm. Normal is max 4cm-5cm max which is at term. Very mature to gestational age per the perinatalogist. The worry here if the baby is getting enough nutrition through the placenta. My perinatalogist said that surface of the placenta has abnormally different appearance than the the normal. In the ultrasound i could really see the placenta almost touch the amniotic sac on baby’s face. There should be a space in between. The placenta is by the way located in upper lateral side of the uterus according to the sonographer. Baby is in breech position. A close monitoring via ultrasound monthly is recommended at 26 wks- 30– 34 etc to the see if baby is growing well. If there is a restriction of growth, then we will discuss the next step. He said i have to monitor the baby’s movement closely by 24-28 weeks, i have to watch for bleeding, clear fluid drainage, severe cramping. Does anyone has an experience of a thick placenta with an outcome of a normal/ healthy baby delivered to term or delivered earlier than due date? Thank you

    Posted May 23, 2017 at 5:11 pm
    Thank you Dr. Connolly for your thoughts! I just have to be positive!

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